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Long Term Effects Of Tricor
Cirrhosis: In a recent study 0.3% of patients taking tricor (fenofibrate) had cirrhosis. There were over 14, 000 patients covered. That's a pretty low incidence of cirrhosis for any population. Not a big risk with the drug. ...Read more
Nausea. Constipation: The most common reactions are constipation, headaches, alt, ast elevations, abominal pain, back pain, muscle pain, nusea. They are more serious complications such as hepatitis, pancreatitis, myositis, myopathy, cholelithiasis, rhabdomyolysis and stevens-johnson sydrome. ...Read more
Fenofibrate: Tricor is a brand of fenofibrate, which is a med for triglycerides (fats in the blood). It is usually well tolerated, but everyone taking a cholesterol med of any kind should get their liver checked 6 weeks after starting and/or after any dose adjustment. Fenofibrate can increase liver enzyme tests, but if followed properly by a doctor, should never cause liver damage or permanent problems. ...Read more
No: Tricor (fenofibrate) lowers triglyceride and has little effect on cholesterol. ...Read more
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Yes!: In a word: YES! Should be no problem ...Read more
They're different: They are used for different profiles of abnormal cholesterol. Lipitor, or generic atorvastatin, is a medication that mostly is used to lower LDL the "bad cholesterol." that is enough for most people. Tricor (fenofibrate) is used to correct a mixed profile, when someone has not only high ldl, but also high triglycerides (blood fat level) and low hdl, the "good cholesterol.". So they're used differently. ...Read more
Not common, but: Tricor is a brand of fenofibrate, which is a med for triglycerides. It is usually well tolerated, but everyone taking a cholesterol med of any kind (including herbs) should get their liver checked 6 weeks after starting and/or after any dose adjustment. Fenofibrate can increase liver enzyme tests, but if followed properly by a doctor, should never cause liver damage or permanent problems. ...Read more
Fenofibrate: Brand name for Fenofibrate which is a cholesterol lowering medication. ...Read more
Good for Hypertrigly: Only statins are considered able to lower athero-sclerosis risk. Fenofibrate is good for reducing Triglycerides in certain patients. There is still muscle pain assoc with fenofibrate, but good to prevent Pancreatitis which can occur when Trigly > 500. Diabetics & Metabolic syndrome patients can have Trigly of 1000-2000 &higher. No good evidence that fenofibrate protects against atherosclerosis. ...Read more
Triglycerides are high, others are ok. Had serious bad reaction to tricor (fenofibrate). Anything natural that can bring trig. #'s down?
Beer blocs tricor (fenofibrate):
Alcohol cause increased tg, preventing tricor (fenofibrate) from working.
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Is tranzadone better than remeron (mirtazapine) to reduce my trigl level of 413? I am on tricor 200mg.
Antidepressants: Both trazodone and Remeron (mirtazapine) are antidepressants, and aren't prescribed to work on triglycerides. Remeron (mirtazapine) especially may increase your appetite -- so this warrants consideration if you're concerned about being overweight. Both it and trazodone are somewhat sedating and might help with sleep disturbance also. ...Read more
Tricor & Hyzaar (losartan and hydrocholorthiazide): Fenofibrate for Tricor, Losartan/HCTZ for Hyzaar (losartan and hydrocholorthiazide). ...Read more
Generally yes but: Laboratory monitoring is required.Get a more detailed answer ›
My triglyceride levels are 1100, lipod and fenofibrate 165 makes me sick my inc will not pay for tricor, I suffer with pancreatitis, wht can I do?
Have any of you great dr.'s heard that protandim (suppl) can lower glucose or even a A1c levels? What's in it. Can I take nician with tricor (fenofibrate)?
Sarcastic?: So, you think we're "great doctors? " hmmm. Protandim is a mix of 5 herbal ingredients. There's a very nice monograph on wikipedia: http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/protandim I can't comment on its safety and am certain, since it's not fda regulated, that there are no controlled trials. You can take Niacin with tricor (fenofibrate). Niacin can adversely affect glucose control/hgba1c. Good luck. ...Read more
My 51 yr old husband started taking tricor (fenofibrate) last week to lower triglycerides. Suddenly, ED has become a problem. Could it be a side effect of med?
Yes: There are no interactions for tricor (fenofibrate) and orange juice. ...Read more
I take tricor (fenofibrate) it's not safe with gf juice, but pharmacist said it takes a lot of gf juice to create a prob. A glass isn't gonna do anything. True?
Pretty safe: Seems like 60% gets in. Inhibition of the gut metabolism of the drug might increase it but that's a bit less than doubling the dose and there's a considerable margin of error in the dosing, so, that isn't likely to affect things. ...Read more
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